David Beckham is excited to see the iconic Jose Mourinho coming to manage Manchester United.
David Beckham has expressed his enthusiasm over the appointment of Jose Mourhino as the Manchester United manager, joining the heap of appreciation, lately showed by several other Man United players and staff, towards Mourhino’s appointment.
According to a report in the Mirror, David Beckham ‘cannot wait’ to see the ‘special one’ manage Manchester United. Beckham even hopes to be at the Portuguese’s first game in charge at Old Trafford.
Speaking in London, Beckham said: “I think it is perfect.”
Beckham went on to say: “Bring Jose in, I loved him as a manager, bringing him back to the Premier League needed to happen. “It’s not the same without him. I can’t wait to see him. I only hope I can go to the first game.”
David Beckham who is no stranger to Manchester, has enjoyed a long and immensely successful career at Man United. Having joined United’s youth academy as a 16-year-old in 1991, Beckham famously went on to become a part of ‘The Class of 92’ which included a group of extremely successful United youth graduates Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt. The Class of 92 became synonymous to success under the management of United legend Sir Alex Ferguson. Beckham enjoyed 12 amazing years at Old Trafford which saw him win 6 Premier League titles, 2 FA Cups and 1 Champions League. David Beckham achieved a cult status not only in Manchester but in the entire world as he became famous for his wonderful curling crosses and free-kicks and a glamorous lifestyle. The English midfielder then also went on to play for Real Madrid, AC Milan and PSG.
Jose Mourinho can bring the glory days back to Old Trafford.
Many Manchester United legends like Roy Keane, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes have recently shown their support for Jose Mourinho’s appointment. Most of them have known and faced teams managed by Jose Mourinho which have been immensely successful in winning trophies and dominating their respective European leagues. The Portuguese has the rare achievement of winning league titles in 4 different countries in Europe. A manager of his calibre and stature is a worthy successor to the legacy that Sir Alex Ferguson left after completing his 27-year tenure at Old Trafford.